Far South/Border North: Artists and Cultural Practitioners in Community
The FSBN will engage the creative workforce in the goals of social justice, public health, energy and water conservation, climate mitigation, and civic engagement. Approximately 114 artists and cultural practitioners will be funded to design and implement campaigns that focus on the needs of local communities in the lowest quartile of the California Healthy Places Index (round two applications are open for non-profit organizations, units of governments, and tribal governments to hire artists and cultural practitioners until July 19th).
This activity is funded in part by the California Arts Council, a State Agency, and The Conrad Prebys Foundation. Catalyst works as an implementation partner through a contract with The City of San Diego.
- View the Far South/Border North Website
- Learn more about the 60 artists + cultural practitioners awarded in Round I
- Apply for Round II Funding
Reach out to program manager Michele Silverthorn to learn more about Far South Border North and get involved.